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the a's take on the rangers. of course the team hopes to get one step closer to winning a division title. the game starts at 7:00 and we are told tickets are still available. reporting live in oakland, i'm jodi hernandez, nbc bay area news. >> okay. thank you, jodi. not since 2003 have both bay area major league teams been in the playoffs. the giants kick off their postseason run at home on saturday. who they will go up against is still in play. >>> new details on a story we brought you at 5:00. is it dirty politics? serious accusations are circulating in san jose. all of this after a 95-year-old woman is attacked in her own home. nbc bay area's stephanie chuang joins us with the latest. stephan stephanie. >> reporter: picking a lock, breaking down a back door, the home invasion reported monday morning is part of a growing trend in san jose. burglaries are up in two parts of willow glen and 45% up citywide. >> we're down 340 officers and we're down gang enforcement teams, burglaries are up 150% in areas of evergreen. >> reporter: james gonzalez says the last straw came in june when the c
's, rangers, and i'm told even the hotdogs are bigger in texas. bottom one. 2-0 home team. mike napoli up, up, out. off travis blackley. a two-run shot. 5-0 texas. the rangers scoring early and often. the a's chipping away in the eighth. josh reddick broke that slump last night and all of a sudden he's on fire. a solo home run his second of the game. it is 9-7. then the former giant joe nathan comes on to shut the door getting jonny gomes and the raempgers win 9-7. never have game officials been such popular cats. a nation rejoices as the real zebras return to action. the browns and ravens basking in the glow of legitimacy as we speak. earlier commissioner roger goodell addressed the return of the refs. >> there was a real pressure i think for everyone to get the officials back on the field this weekend. i think the officials wanted to get back on. and i believe we would have reached agreement this week regardless of monday night or sunday night. the past weekend. everybody was to the point of getting this concluded. >> you're no doubt aware of the korean import that is enveloping our great n
ball." >> the oakland as have shocked the rangers -- >> reporter: if you were surprised by the as' incredible season, you weren't alone. >> this team is so interesting because i didn't think this was possible. >> reporter: even michael lewis, who literally wroted bo e ethe how oakland turned a small payroll into a big success is surprised. as part of oracle's open world convention, lewis, a wall street trader before becoming an author, talked about the moneyball-era as like a good business gets the most out of their players. >> extremely aggressive. uniquely aggressive about putting players, the players they do have, not interest permanent jobs but into -- not into permanent jobs but into the role on the field, the situations in which they're most likely to succeed. >> reporter: he also talked about how like in silicon valley, hiring managers are more important than ever in baseball. some of the tech industry even call it the moneyball effect. >> the industry has basically acknowledged that the big job is personnel selection. it's putting the right players in uniform. and the micr
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